About Kimberly

“I believe in the immortality of the Theatre. It is a joyous place for all those who secretly put their childhood in their pockets and ran away to play to the end of their days.”

-Max Reinhardt (as quoted by Herbert Berghof)

A member of SAG-AFTRA-AEA, and a graduate of the Actors Center Professional Teacher Training Program, Kimberly studied acting with Master Teachers in NYC for more than twenty-five years including: Wynn Handman, Earle Gister, Richard Edelman, Herbert Berghof, Jennifer Kaplan, Sheila Gray, Susan Batson, and Tony Greco among others. Always finding herself someone willing to provide feedback, even back in her High School debate team, Kimberly began to coach privately for actors. Kimberly now runs weekly acting classes, strongly inspired after her work with Wynn Handman, and coaches business men and women seeking to develop a more professional speaking presence.

Kimberly spent the first years of her life in various parts of Europe, but frequently visited Egypt where at the age of six she began her journey as an actress. Her family eventually moved to Oklahoma igniting her participation in drama competitions and debate with extemporaneous speaking throughout High School. During her senior year of college as a pre-law major, Kimberly read Uta Hagen’s book, Respect for the Actor, and decided to move to New York City to pursue a career in the arts. Since her move, she has originated a role in Eduardo Machado’s play Related Retreats, played Josie in Eugene O’Neills’ Moon for the Misbegotten, Helena in Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream, and many others.